March 25, 2016 sayulitablog 0Comment

The Importance of Learning Spanish Before Visiting Sayulita

We get many messages from travelers who are about to visit Sayulita asking if they should learn Spanish before their trip. Although English is widely spoken throughout the town of Sayulita, it never hurts to learn the language when visiting a foreign country. Spanish is now one of the world’s top leading and most widely spoken languages. By investing in a second, third, or even fourth language, you are enabling yourself to connect further with those around you as well as connect with a new culture on a deeper level. Building a better understanding of others and their way of life always leads to greater relationships, and language is the enabling tool that helps one another better communicate and understand.

Before Your Trip

 Some travelers like to book their trip to Sayulita months or even up to a year in advance. This gives travelers the perfect opportunity to practice their Spanish or possibly invest in an online course. It’s important to note that it is perfectly possible to get by on vacation in Sayulita without speaking much Spanish, however, having the ability to communicate with your taxi drivers, waiters and servers, house staff, and new friends you may meet on the beach will introduce a new dimension to your travel experience.  There are many free and fun programs out there.

During Your Trip

If you find yourself in Sayulita and wish to practice or brush up on your Spanish, we would recommend attending a group class or private session. There are several options for Spanish courses available in Sayulita, which can be found here on our website. All Spanish language programs highlighted on Sayulita Life are dedicated to making learning Spanish fun and interesting. Many programs offer flexible, individualized language sessions through small group classes, or private sessions customized for your Spanish level and learning style that gets you the best results. With a personal approach, they focus on developing real-life communication skills, while breaking through to a new world of perspectives by learning about Mexican culture. If you’re traveling with kids, this is an excellent way to do a family activity where you find yourself learning a new language, and having fun at the same time.